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County may try to pave road no one wants
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Warren County officials may consider adopting the street no one wants. Omni Drive could be fixed as a service to the community.“I’ve been asked about the possibility of the county paving that street,” said Commissioner Billy Earl Jones, during Tuesday’s county Highway and Bridge Committee meeting.The question is not a new one for Warren County Road Superintendent Levie Glenn.“I had someone mention the possibility of the county paving it and then turning it over to the city,” Glenn said. “I said it’s whatever the county commission wants to do.”Gary Prater asked about the cost for paving the street, to which Glenn answered, “I don’t have actual numbers for the street.”Omni Drive is approximately a quarter mile long and meets the county’s specifications in width.